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1 958 

YAMACRAW 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



Shirley Benefiel, Editor 

Alan Moore, Business Manager 




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To GARLAND PINHOLSTER, Coach and Professor, 



who exemplified a courage of faith that inspired a spirit 
in the hearts of the Student Body .... It is to this man 
and his genuine and sincere interest in Oglethorpe that 
our appreciation is shown in this our Dedication of 
the 1958 YAMACRAW. 



ACTIVITIES 



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RAT WEEK 

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The Line-Up 



A kindly upperclossman offers a free shave. 






The Most Honorable and High Rat Court 
Chief High Priestess llo and Chief High Priest Ed 



Defense Attorney loses another cose. 



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The Duck meets a "Rat' 



Old friendships are renewed. 



G E T-A CQUAINTED 
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'Getting to know you." 




THE SADIE HAWKINS' DAY DANCE 

A triumphant marriage ceremony of Daisy Mae, 
Sandra EUenberg, and Li'l Abner, Whitey LeBlanc, 
was performed by the "reverend" Joe Soldati at the 
Sadie Hawkins Dance sponsored by the Duchess Club. 



Anyone's you know? 





Tennessee Moore-on. 



The Big Wedding 



Hill-Billy Silhouette 




CAPPING CEREMONY 



PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION 







CONVOCATION 



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CHRISTMAS BOAR'S HEAD 



CEREMONY AND PROGRAM 









THE READINGS 



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Peggy Compton 




Ann Klein 




LADY Ina Foster and LORD Alan Moore 



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LORD AND LADY OGLETHORPE BALL 



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"Get the mules on the rode!' 



THE FRESHMAN HAYRIDE 





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SHIPWRECK PARTY 

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a Shipwreck^Party in the Gameroom. Admis- 
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Presented by the Oglethorpe Players 
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FRESHMAN BLACK AND WHITE FORMAL 

This Formal, sponsored by the Fresh- 
man Class, was held at Robinson's 
Tropical Gardens on April the 18th. 





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Jerry Mann and Carol Campbell, two 
Freshman girls who helped to make the 
Formal such a success, wait for their dates. 






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THE SPRING FORMAL 




Marc and Kay add Oglethorpe's Spring 
Formal to their mennories. 










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FACULTY 



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ADMINISTRATION 



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DR. DONALD C. AGNEW, President of the University 



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Deon of the Universify 
DR. GEORGE C. SEWARD 



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ADMINISTRATION 




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CAROL TUCKER-Bursar 




MIKE MURPHY-Pub/ic Relations Department 



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JUANITA DIXON-Office Secretary 



MAJORIE MacCONNELL— Regisfror 




BERNICE HILLIARD-Residenf Counselor for Women 




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MARTHA de I'ETOILE-Dief/fian 



MINA LANGFORD-Diefif/an 



HUMAN UNDERSTANDING 




WENDELL H. BROWN 



GEORGE C. SEWARD 




STANLEY M. DAUGERT 





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LUCILLE B. AGNEW 



ARTHUR BIELER 




HOMER NICHOLSON 



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W. A. L. COULBORN 



CITIZENSHIP 




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A. CHEEVER CRESSY, JR. 



MAY S. RINGOLD 





ROBERT A. SHANLEY 



MARTIN L. ABBOTT 





ROY N. GOSLIN 



BERNICE R. MILLIARD 



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J. KENNEDY HODGES 




GEORGE F. WHEELER 





ARTHUR COHEN 



LOIS WILLIAMSON 



BUSINESS 



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JAMES R. MILES 



WILLIAM A. EGERTON 




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FINE ARTS 



HARRY DOBSON 



RICHARD VALENTE 




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COMMUNITY SERVICE 



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GARLAND PINHOLSTER 



NELL W. McGLOTHLIN 




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BEN A. BOHNHORST 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



McDonald WILLIS, Vke-President 



The Student Government, popularly 
called the Student Council, consists of 
five Executive Officers and the Class 
Presidents. It represents and promotes 
the interest and activity of the Student 
Body in campus affairs. 




PEGGY COMPTON, Secretory 



INA FOSTER, Parliamentarian 



TOM DEACON, Treasurer 





CLASSES 



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SENIOR CLASS 



Rosalie Young . . . Vice-President 
Marvin Lawson . . . President 
Ann Klein . . . Secretary 

Frank Shipton . . . Parliamentarian 
Anne McGeady . . . Treasurer 



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Patricia Baker 

BS in Medical Technology 

Hapeville, Georgia 



Frances Bartlett 

BS in Medical Technology 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Ted Bayley 

BA 

Jacksonville. Florida 



Shirley Benefiel 

BA 

Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 



Hava Buttenwieser Bitan 

BA 

Jerusalem, Israel 



Daniel Bolt 
BS in Education 
Rome, Georgia 





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Lawrence Boyers 

BA 

Goldsboro, No. Carolina 



Lloyd Britt 

BA 

Atlanta, Georgia 



James Glower 

BA 

Snellville, Georgia 



Eugene Coker 

BS 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Peggy Compton 

BA 

Powder Springs, Georgia 




Doris Eisenberg 

BA 
Savannah, Georgia 







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Ina Foster 


William Foster 


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Atlanta, Georgia 


Jacksonville, Florida 


Atlanta, Georgia 

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Arley Gardner 


Robert Garbutt 


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Reva Greenberg 


BA 


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BA 1 


Greenville, So. Carolina 


Lyons, Georgia 


Atlanta, Georgia ( 







John Harms 
BA 
Dunedin, Florida 



Bruce Hauck 

BA 

Decatur, Georgia 



Russell Haynie 

BA 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Linda Hoffman 

BA 
Atlanta, Georgia 



John Johnson 

BA 
Augusta, Georgia 



Josephine Johnson 

BA 
Norcross, Georgia 














Ann Jones 


Ann Klein 


Alice Kinc aid 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Atlanta, Georgia 


East Point, Georgia 


Charles LaFlaur 


Jack Lane 


Marvin Lawson 


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BA 


BA 1 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Austin. Texas 


Cleveland, Georgia ! 




Catherine Leonard 


PlANG Kooi LOH 


John Lummus 


BA 


BA 


BS in Education 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Malaya 


Cummings. Georgia 



Ann McCallum 


Elizabeth McGarity 


Anne McGeady 


BA 


BA 


BA 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Atlanta, Georgia 


Duluth, Georgia 







Edward Millikan 

BS 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Alan Moore 

BA 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 



El AINh PiCKARD 

BS in Education 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Jay Plymale 

BA 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Mamie Ross 
BS in Education 
Marietta, Georgia 



Bette Schuenemann 

BA 
Chamblee, Georgia 






Charles Scott 

BS 
Decatur, Georgia 



William Scott 

BA 
Marietta. Georgia 



Mary Anne Sharp 

BA 

Decatur, Georgia 



Albert Sheppard 

BS 
Griffin. Georgia 



Francis Shipton 

BA 

Sandy Springs, Georgia 



Annette Smith 

BA 
Atlanta, Georgia 





Eddie Starnes 

BA 

Columbus, Georgia 



Ernest Stone 

BA 

Oak Ridge, Tennessee 



Martha Thompson 
BA 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Johnnie Turner 

BS in Education 

Powder Springs, Georgia 



Ila Varelmann 

BA 
Decatur, Georgia 



Raymond Webb 

BA 

La Grange. Georgia 









Eva Williams 

BA 
Decatur, Georgia 



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larrison, Georgia 




Rosalie Young 

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Atlanta, Georgia 




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JUNIOR CLASS 

Class Officers: 
Frank Simmons . . . Secretary 

Joe Duckworth . . . Treasurer 
Pat Daniel . . . Vice-President 
Billy Carter . . . President 

Harold Buck . . . Parliamentarian, not pictured. 



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Pat Daniel 




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Joe Green 





James Griffin 









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Hugo Hammond 




Caroline Hancock 




Leroy Hayden 



Frank Holley 



Charles Ingram 




Janne Lane 



Joseph Lovin 





Eleanore Mackenzie 



Peter Madson 



Sydney Mobley 




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Andy Olsen 



Carol, Porti;r 




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Pamela Paynter Ingram 




Daisy Ridgeway 



Frank Simmons 



Olivia Toubman 





McDonald Willis 





Meg Young 




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Robert Booker . . 
Francine Klein 



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Lee Barrett . . . Treasurer 

Maureen Franks . . . Secretary 



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Harold Adair 



Joseph Alexander 



Lee Barrett 



Joseph Bennei i 





Fred Bonner 



Robert Booker 



Ellen Bressler 



JoEi Blrrow 




David Camp 



Frank Cole 



Thomas Deacon 




HOLLI Neeson 




Jl DiTH Prosser Sheppard 




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Mike Pruitt 



Barbara Ramsden 



Nancy Schali.er 




Joseph Sewell 



DoNN Sullivan 



Nancy Tarrant 



Daniel Troy 




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Ronnie Knopf . . . Vice-President 
Carol Campbell . . . Treasurer 

Barbara Baughman. . . Secretary 
Joe Soldati . . . President 

Joe Harb . . . Parliamentarian 



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Allen Alilt 



Barbara Brown 



Judy Brown 



Charles Butler Bsrhara Bauohman 



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jERALDINE Pressley 



Elizabeth Rabe 



KATHERiNt Reynolds Eula Rodglrs 



EoDiE Rogers 



Charles Smiih 




Sue Snead 



Joseph Soldati Mary Anne Solomon Scott Stlx i-nson 




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Marc Weinberg 



Nancy Williams 



Robert Williams Kelley Wiseman 



Robert Wynn 



Jessie Griffin 





HONORS 



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ILA VARELMANN 

Oglethorpe Cup 
The Oglethorpe Cup is a merit award 
given by the faculty to the woman who 
has most realized the ideals of an 
Oglethorpe education. 



TED BAYLEY 

Oglethorpe Cup 
The Oglethorpe Cup is a merit award 
given by the faculty to the man who 
has most realized the ideals of an 
Oglethorpe education. 



PATRICIA BAKER 

The Sally Hull Weltner 
Award for Scholarship 
The Sally Hull Weltner Award for 
Scholarship presented by the Oglethorpe 
University Woman's Club, is given each 
year to the Senior girl who has been at 
Oglethorpe for two years and has 
achieved the highest average of any girl 
in her graduating class. 




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The Oglethorpe University 
Trustees Award for Scholarship 
The Oglethorpe University Trustees 
present annuall\ an award for scholar- 
ship to the Senior man who has at- 
tended the University for two years and 
who has attained the highest average of 
any man in his class. 







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SHIRLEY BENEFIEL 

Mac Connell A ward 
Presented by the Sophomore Class, 
the Mac Connell Award is given to that 
Senior who the class feels has partici- 
pated cooperatively in many phases of 
campus life, and has not been fully 
recognized for it. 



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David Hess A ward 
The qualifications for the David Hess 
Award are the winning of a letter in an 
inter-collegiate sport in the year that the 
award is given, and the ability to face 
failure as well as success. He must be a 
gracious winner as well as a gracious 
loser. He must have furthered the 
athletic ideals of Oglethorpe through 
participation and assistance in the suc- 
cess of the over-all athletic program. 




ROBERT MARTIN 
Boar's Head A ward 
The Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity 
presents an annual award to that fresh- 
man boy whom they feel deserves rec- 
ognition for his achievements and 
participation in his studies and extra- 
curricular activities. 





MARTHA LAIRD 

Duchess Club A ward 
To the Freshman girl who best ex- 
emplifies the ideal of an Oglethorpe 
student, both in scholarship and campus 
activities, the Duchess Club Award is 
presented. 



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Honorary Frafernify for Junior and Senior Men 
Fronf Row: Al Sheppard — President, Jimmie Clower, Jack Etheridge, Joe Green, Ted 
Bcyley. Back Row: Bruce Hauck, Gene Coker, Ernie Stone. Not Pictured, Frank Shipton. 



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DUCHESS CLUB 




Fronf Row.- Catherine Leonard, Anne McGeody, Ann Klem, P°* Baker-President Ann 
McCallum. Second Row: Shirley Benefiel, Pat Dome Sydney Mobley, Bette Schuene- 
mann, Linda Hoffman. Third Row.- Peggy Compton, lla Varelmonn, Mary Anne Sharp. 
Fourth Row; Janne Lone, Kitty Kincoid, Martha Thompson Rosalie Young Not p.ctured.- 
Mrs. Wendell Brown-Advisor, Mrs. Bernice Milliard and Mrs. Lois W,ll,amson-Hon- 
orary Members. 



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Gene Coker— President, Pat Daniel— Secretary, Jack Etheridge, Carolyn Webb, Mau- 
reen Franks, Roger Adair, Ernie Stone, Linda Hoffman, Joe Alexander, Joe Green- 
Treasurer, Harold Adair, Al Sheppard — Vice-President, Not pictured: Pot Baker, Peggy 
Compton and George Wheeler — advisor. 



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BLUE KEY 




A National Honor Service Fraternity 

John Harms Buck Gardner Ernie Stone Ted Bayley 

Lorry Boyers, Al Sheppard, Marvin Lowson, Bruce Houck-Pres., Jim Clower, Frank Shipton 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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HONOR COURT 



Front Row: Janne Lane, lla Varelmann, Chairman Marvin Lawson, Mary Anne Sharp 
Back Row: Tony Parades, Bob Loftin, Joe Green, Bob Martin. 



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HONOR COMMITTEE 

Dan Troy, Sydney Mobley, Rosalie Young— Chairman, Jimmie Glower, Robin Wynn. 



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PUBLIC RELATIONS 





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WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP 



Fronf Row Ina Foster Carol Campbell, Sue Snead, Martha Laird, Barbara Baughman, 
J^y Mann Sh r"y Benefiel. Second Row Ted Bayley, Jim Harvey, A'- ^oa- ^^^7 
Boyers-Pr^sident, Whitey LeBlanc, Kelley Wiseman, Ronnie K"°pf- Wayne Dobb. 
ackRow Lou Wuichet, John Harms, Ernie Stone, Buck Gardner, Denms Michael, 



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BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



Penny Jones, Kitty Kincaid, Dave Camp, Peggy Compton, Bill Cason, Mary Anne Sharp 
—President, Bette Schenemann. 




CANTERBURY 



Hugh Fraser, Barbara Ramsden, Nancy Schaller, Meg Young, Pete Madson— President. 





JUNIOR TOASTMASTERS 

Dennis Michael, Bob Martin, Jon Mundorff, John Harms, "Pop" Crow, Alan Moore, 
Lorry Boyers— President, Whitey LeBlanc, Tony Poredes, Buck Gardner, Penny Jones. 



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Ihe college Kiwanis organization 
Pete Madson, Larry Boyers, Ted Bayley, Ernie Stone, Dave Camp, Buck Gardner, Den- 
nis Michael, Lou Wuichet, Joe Alexander, Tom Deacon, Lee Barrett, Bob Booker, 
Front Row: Jimmie Clower, Alan Moore— Pres., Bob Gorbutt. 



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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



MEG YOUNG, Chairman SYDNEY MOBLEY, Secretary 




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Harris Kandel. 



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THE DANCING CLASS 

Instructor — 

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NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




THORNWELL JACOBS CHAPTER 

Tony Huff, Dr. Bohnhorsi, John Synder, Dan Bolt, Sydney Mobley, Frank Holly, Rosalie 
Young, Frank Shipton, Eugene Bales, Lou Wuichet, Mrs. Nell AAcGlothlin, Anne Mc- 
Callum, Ilia Foster, Hurris Kandel, Nancy Tarrant, Peggy Compton (Temporary Chair- 
man). Fronf Row: Barbara Baughinan, Martha Laird, Mary Anne Sharp, Reva Green- 
berg, Bef-e Scheuenncinn, Josephine Johnson, Ann McGeady. 



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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Front Row: Ronnie Knopf, White/ LeBlanc, Tony Poredes, Pendleton Jones, Bill Cason, 
Mr. Disbrough, Lou Wuichet, T. Mack. Sfonding,- W. Sterling, Jon Mundorff— President, 
Bob Booker, Scott Stevenson, John Powell, Troy Childers, Kelley Wiseman, Dr. Richard 
Reser, Joe Soldoti, Buck Gardner, Bill Presnall, John Harms, Mike Pruett, Bob Loftin, 
Larry Boyers, Don Uffner, Dr. C. Cressy, Mr. Blount, Dr. R. Shanley, Mr. Dollar, 
"Country" Gorman and "Pop" Crow. 




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THE HUMANICS STUDENT ASSOCIATION 




Back Row: Dan Troy, Jan Mundorff, Bob Loftin, Billy Presnoll, Buck Gardner, "Pop" 
Crow— Resident Administrator. Third Row: Jim Harvey, Pennye Wilson, Dennis Michael, 
Mike Pruitt, Ronnie Knopf, Bill Christian. Second Row; Penny Jones, Marvin Lowson, 
Jim King, Jerry Mann, Kelley Wiseman, Tony Paredes. Fronf Row: Whitey LeBlanc, 
Ted Bayley, Jimmie Clov/er, Larry Boyers, John Harms. Not Pictured: Bobby Booker, 
Shirley Benefiel, Lou Wiuchet, Joe Soldati. 



OFFICERS: 

Jimmy Clower . . . President 

Ted Bayley . . . 1st Vice-President 
Larry Boyers . . . 2nd Vice-President 
Shirley Benefiel . . . Secretary 
John Harms . . . Treasurer 



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THE OGLETHORPE LITERARY MAGAZINE 



Anna Hamilton Ellen Russell Caroline Hancock, Editor Jim Griffin 

Mrs. Donald Agnew, Advisor— Not Pictured. 



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SCOTT STEVENSON, Editor 




DENNIS MICHAEL and BOB BOOKER 



THE STORMY PETREL 




HARRIS KANDEL and ANNA HAMILTON 




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THE YAMACRAW 



Shirley Benefiel, Editor 

Alan Moore, Business Manager 



'Pop" Crow— Advisor— Not Pictured. 



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BRUCE HAUCK and SANDY CARTER 




Head of Photography 
LOU WUICHET 



Ina Foster, Buck Gardner, Mary Pool, Kay Fields. 








Anne McGeady, Bobbie Booker, Jimmy Griffin 
Not pictured — Larry Boyers. 





(Photography) 
White/ LeBlanc, Marc Weinberg, John Harms 



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SPORTS 



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THE 1957-58 BASKETBALL TEAM 



Wayne Dobbs, Billy Carter, Bruce Hauck, Eddie Starnes, John Mobley, Scott Shomp, 
Joe Seweil, Scott Stevenson, John Powell, Jimmie Clower, Ted Bayley— Manager. 



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SEASON'S RESULTS 



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Oglethorpe 


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Georgia State College 


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Oglethoqje 


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Mercer University 


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Oglethorpe 


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Berry College 


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Oglethorpe 


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Jacksonville State 


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Oglethorpe 


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University of Chattanooga 


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Oglethorpe 


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West Georgia College 


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Oglethorpe 


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Mercer University 


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Oglethorpe 


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Valdosta State 


W 


Oglethorpe 


58 


Piedmont College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


66 


North Georgia College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


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University of Chattanooga 


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Oglethorpe 


57 


College of Charleston 


W 


Oglethorpe 


63 


Georgia State CoUege 


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Oglethorpe 


47 


Newberry College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


57 


Berry College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


61 


Jacksonville State 


W 


Oglethorpe 


74 


West Georgia College 


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Oglethorpe 


47 


Athens College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


65 


Shorter College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


70 


North Georgia College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


72 


Piedmont College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


71 


Athens College 


W 


Oglethorpe 


47 


Valdosta State College 


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Oglethorpe 


68 


College of Charleston 



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COACH GARLAND PINHOLSTER 




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The Five O'clock return! 
















Back Row: Joe Sewell, Ted Bayley, Hugh Fraser— Manager, Scott Stevenson, John 
Powell, Eddie Starnes. Front Row. Billy Carter, Joe Duckworth, Jimmie Clower, 
Bruce Houck, Wayne Dobbs, Jock Lane. 




Coach Garland Pinholster 



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Harold Buck, Bruce Hauck, Frank Simmons, Jimmie Clower, Floyd Hopkins, Marc Wein- 
berg, Tom Deacon, Eddie Starnes, Wayne Dobbs. Nof pictured: Joe Harb. 





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CHEERLEADERS 



Jerry Mann, Sandy Carter, Kay Fields, Pennye Wilson, Nancy Schaller, Ina Foster- 
Captain, Gail Garwes, Cammy Timmons, Martha Laird, Nancy Williams. 





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'Three of a kind beats two pair." 



'Did you see that scratch job? " 





The pajamo game-minus one. 



Two out of three falls. 



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"But Ma, it's a big 
orange." 





Yeah, but her face. 



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"What a revolting development!" 




"Oh, you beautiful doll 



"Lazy Bones" 





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'Did you notice her slip?" 



Character and Morals? 



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"No snow in Florida!" 



"I slapped him!' 




MARTIAN 







'How about the parking lot?' 



'They took me to Lowry" 



"You wouldn't!" 



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SIGN OF GOOD TASTE 




the 

graduating 

class 

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BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

THE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 




PLAYLAND 



ROLLER SKATING CENTER 
4405 Buford Highway U.S. 23 North 



OPEN FOR YOUR SKATING PLEASURE 
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT MONDAY 



Glendale 7-8811 



Compliments of 

Underwood's Texaco 
Service Station 

4406 Peachtree Road, N. E. 

ONE BLOCK FROM OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



SALES SHOE SHOP 

3982 Peachtree Road CEdar 3-9223 

For comfort and appearance let us take 
care of your shoes. 


ETHERIDGE AND VANNEMAN 

7201 Peachtree Rood Atlanta, Georgia 

REAL ESTATE • RENTALS 
LOANS • INSURANCE 


Compliments of 

THE JACKS 

4040 Peachtree Rd. Brookhaven, Georgia 


C. E. Weatherford's 
Gulf Service Station 

4085 Peachtree Road CEdar 3-9292 
BROOKHAVEN, GEORGIA 

Road and Wrecker Service 


Compliments of 

FRANCO'S 

3033 Peachtree Road 

BUCKHEAD 


BROOKHAVEN PHARMACY 

COLBERT AND WEATHERSBY 

4005 Peachtree Road Brookhaven, Georgia 

CEdar 3-6701 


MORGAN'S DRY CLEANING 

SHIRT SERVICE WASHERETTE 
FLATWORK 

4053 PEACHTREE ROAD 

CEdar 3-0076 


APOLOGIES ARE OFFERED TO MEMBERS OF THE 

CHAPEL COMMIHEE AND THE PLAYERS FOR THE 

LOSS OF THEIR PICTURES 

THUS THEY ARE NOT SHOWN IN THIS 

YEARBOOK 



PARK AND SHOP MARKET 

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 

QUALITY GROCERIES AND PRODUCE 
CHOICE MEATS-FRESHLY CUT 

Everything 

for 

Thai Midnight Snack 

FRESH READY TO EAT 

Pizza Pies • Bar-B-Qued Meats 

Do-Nuts 

4849 Peachtree industrial Blvd. 

Chamblee, Georgia Phone: GL 7-4092 



Compliments of 



BARKER BROTHER'S SERVICE STATION 
Duluth, Georgia 

PEACHTREE ROAD PHARMACY 
CEdar 7-6466—4084 Peachtree Rood 

TWELVE OAKS RESTAURANT 
1895 Piedmont Road, N. E. 

ROTH'S MEN SHOP 
4067 Peachtree Road — Brool<haven, Ga. 

OGLETHORPE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
4530 Lanier Drive 

LYMBURNERS NURSERY 
Buford Highway 

Compliments of a Friend 



DEKALB NATIONAL BANK 

of Brookhaven 

MEMBER OF TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA GROUP 

MEMBER F.D.I.C. 



4050 Peachtree Road, N. E. 



Atlanta, Go. 



BE BUSINESSLIKE 

Keep accurate records of your spending. 
Mail a personal check for all bill payments. 

OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT 



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A MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF '58 

Soon you will leave Oglethorpe University bearing a diploma sought by many, 
but received by a few. The memory of the campus may wane, but the warm, 
friendly spirit found here will remain with you always. We hope you will return 
for frequent visits to rekindle this school spirit, to keep in touch with your classmates. 

As an Oglethorpe graduate you will have received the finest undergraduate edu- 
cation obtainable — for a purpose. You have an obligation to yourselves and to 
society to apply your attained skills, understanding and ethical values to improve 
the lot of mankind. 

You are not alone in this task. More than five thousand alumni who have pre- 
ceded you share this responsibility for bettering the social process. They make 
themselves available to you should you need them. 

We congratulate you for your academic achievement and welcome you to the 
swelling ranks of the National Alumni Association of Oglethorpe University. 

The Alumni 



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COMPLIMENTS of the SENIOR CLASS 



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